This morning, Bean and I were on That Talk Show talking about fun kids crafts for summer. We shared 4 projects from Hello Creative Family that Bean adores. We had so much fun hanging out with Bianca and Peter and helping them “get their craft on”!
Most of us end up spending more time with our kiddos during the summer months than during the rest of the year. School is off, most of us take a summer vacation at some point, the days are longer, and kids are looking for things to keep them occupied. Getting outside, chasing after a ball, going for walks and being active is very, very important for your body, but just importantly being creative is really, really good for your children’s minds!
Additionally, kids who watch their parents pursue their own creative activities are much more likely to be creative themselves. So come on mom and dad! Push up your sleeves, get a little bit messy and get your craft on!
PS. Want even more ideas? Check out our 27 More Kids Crafts and DIY’s For Summer!
Here are 27 Kids Crafts To Keep Your Little Ones Occupied This Summer
For palaeontologists to be- DIY Dinosaur Excavation Sensory Bin from Hello Creative Family
Stage a battle and cool off in the process- How To Make Sponge Bombs from Pars Caeli
For the family who loves Mary Poppins- Mini Paper Kites from One Creative Mommy
For your aspiring Jackson Pollock- DIY Chalk Paint Perfect For Splatter Parties from Hello Creative Family
For the child who loves to feel the wind in their hair- DIY Pinwheels from Home. Made. Interest.
To help preserve how little your kiddos once were- Butterfly Footprint Art Project from Hello Creative Family
For the child who would rather be hanging out with Anna, Elsa and Olaf- Frozen Glitter Playdough from Home. Made. Interest.
For your aspiring artist- DIY Paintbrush Ideas for Kids from The Inspired Home
For kids who want to make sure they are ready for back to school with beautiful fashion accessories- Beaded Wrap Bracelets for Kids from The DIY Dreamer
For kids who want to preserve the beauty of summer for all year long- DIY Flower Press from Shift Mama
For kids who are crazy for their feathered friends- DIY Bird House From An Empty Juice Container from Design Dazzle
For kids who want to create a gallery wall in their bedroom with pictures of friends and family- How To Mount a Photo To Canvas from Hello Creative Family
For kiddos who dream of going to Monster University when they grow up- DIY Monster Eggs from Spaceships and Laser Beams
For your aspiring fashionista- 15 Minute T-Shirt Yarn Infinity Scarf from The Thinking Closet
For your Dr. Seuss crazy kid- Thing 1 and Thing 2 Pens from Moms & Crafters
For kids who just can’t get enough color in their life- Hello Rainbow and Cloud Hanger from Me and My Inklings
For kiddos who aren’t that good about remembering to take the dog for a walk or to feed the fish- Pet Rock Tic-Tac-Toe from One Creative Mommy
For kids who wish they could bring the water park home with them- DIY Water Spray Table from Hello Creative Family
For the child who would rather spend the day playing hair salon- Color Blocked Bobby Pins from The Thinking Closet
For kids who want to get a jump start on preparing Christmas Gifts- DIY Robot Christmas Ornaments from Crafts ‘n Coffee
For kids who want to make sure they get each and every task crossed off their bucket list- Kid’s Summer Bucket List Cork Board from Hoopla Palooza
For kids who want to bring nature indoors with them- Nature Walk Craft from Hello Creative Family
For moms who’s kids get up before they’ve had a chance to have their first cup of coffee- Coffee Filter Butterflies from Typically Simple
For kiddos who want to make sure they have the cutest tootsies on the beach- DIY Embellished Flip Flops from The DIY Dreamer
For children who dream of being a zoologist when they grow up- DIY Play Zoo from At Home With Sweet T
For kiddos who are crazy for cars- DIY Chalkboard Town from Design Dazzle
A project to keep your favorite Girl Scout Occupied- SWAP Rainbow Girl Scout Ribbon Tutorial from Me and My Inklings
What do you think? Do we have enough ideas here to keep your kids occupied for the summer? We’d love to hear your favorite kids craft ideas! Share them in the comments below and/or submit them to be featured in a future Hello Creative Family post.